Depth of field is one of the most important aspects of creating fine art photographs. The exposure triangle teaches us that we can adjust our shutter speed and our ISO to balance any changes we make to our Aperture, enabling us to create our desired depth of field. There are times, though, when you’ll find
Positive and negative space is an important element to photographic composition. Let’s define positive and negative space and look at examples.
Of these 5 photographs, there’s only 1 that I like – and it’s not the first one. It’s not even the second one. Let’s critique my work to learn about composition and design elements.
Intuition and visualization are key to pursing the decisive moment in your photography. Henri Cartier-Bresson, father of photojournalism, introduced the decisive moment to photography.
Ansel Adams discusses Visualization: The Art of Seeing a Photograph, in these 3 essential steps to making a photograph.
This simple tool will help you visualize your photo composition and choose which focal length lens you need to capture the best photo composition.
When you’re shooting nature photography, you have to constantly be aware of the salad bowl effect.
These compositional tips may be helpful in making the subject stand out.
Framing is a powerful compositional element. Not to be confused with the frame you put around your printed photo before hanging it on the wall. This is the type of framing that you do when you take the photograph.
Often times, a small change in composition can make the difference between a photograph that’s just okay and a photograph that’s really great. One of the simplest ways of doing that is to just Change Your Perspective.